LGB&T Mental Health Resources - feedback form

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LGB&T Mental Health Resources Feedback Questionnaire
International and national research has consistently found that LGB&T people have worse mental health than heterosexual people. LGB&T people are far more likely to have attempted to take their own lives, and rates of depression, anxiety and self-harm are also much higher. 

This set of resources aims to provide basic information that practitioners and service providers need about gender identity and sexuality, and the needs of LGB&T people in relation to mental health, and, separately, to provide LGB&T people with information on seeking mental health support.

In order to help with future resource development and dissemination, we would be grateful if you would complete the following questions, which should take no more than a few minutes. The questions are all on this one page, and fewer than half of them require that you choose an answer in order to complete the survey.

If you have any questions about the resources or this survey, please email nationalLGBTpartnership@gmail.com
1. Which of these most closely describes the kind of organisation at which you work? *This question is required.
3. How did you find out about the LGB&T Mental Health Resources?
5. Which resources have you read? *This question is required.
Interest
Knowledge
Interest
Knowledge
8. Before reading the resources, how likely was it that your work would consider and/or address the specific issues which might affect LGB&T people in relation to mental health? *This question is required.
9. Since reading the resources, how likely was it that your work will consider and/or address the specific issues which might affect LGB&T people in relation to mental health? *This question is required.